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Anand Kumar of Patna's famous 'Super 30' classes tells how important it is for a teacher to orient himself to his students, to understand their socio-economic background...
May 01, 2017
Hazaaron Khwaishein Diary
'With Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, I was trying to understand the generation I adored, also the generation that failed,' Film-maker Sudhir Mishra on Naxal movement as a cinematic subject...
Apr 24, 2017
Sri Lanka Diary
A country ravaged by 30 years of brutal war and savage terrorism is today fast becoming the tourist hub of South Asia...
Ashok K. Mehta
Apr 17, 2017
Anarkali of Arrah- Swara Bhaskar- on her travails of filming the masterpiece in the distant, forgotten homeland...
Apr 10, 2017
‘Make in India’ will succeed, beyond expectations, if managements can harness the huge potential of our workers, as Maruti did in Gurgaon.
Apr 03, 2017
Calcutta-based film-maker Sandip Ray wonders if the cinema would be able to keep pace with technology. Will digital films, compatible with a specific application, survive?
Mar 27, 2017
“The more you watch Japanese television, the more you feel it’s watching you....”
Mar 20, 2017
Censor Board Diary
Has the censor board's mindset always been that of a regressive, insecure male?
Mar 13, 2017
Carnatic Vocalist T.M. Krishna on how a bus-ride to Chennai's coast turned into a musical caravan and why the sea is not witness to songs by fisher-folk anymore
Mar 06, 2017
If you are more than the sum of your parts, and the human being exceeds the artiste, dues must be paid to the places that made it so...
Feb 27, 2017
Los Angeles Diary
In LA, the main course is too dated a concept for these health-conscious foodies who start and finish their lunch and dinner with a lo-cal mountain of greens
Feb 20, 2017
“You can take our official Twitter, but you’ll never take our free time!” In the times of Trump, the only thing that keeps the Wshingtonians going on is gallow humour.
Feb 13, 2017
South Africa Diary
Historian-anthropologist Saurabh Dube on his stint with South African town of Stellenbosch and how walking through the mountains there proved productive for his book.
Feb 06, 2017
Vietnam has come a long way after The War. Its present day proximity to the US against China shows how national interest trumps historical memory...
Jan 30, 2017
Former Indian cricket team captain Dilip Vengsarkar on how cricket blooms like an oasis in springs in Dubai...
Jan 23, 2017
Kalamandalam Gopi--the greatest living Kathakali performer-- on the artform and the improbable stardom he enjoys, even at 80!
Jan 16, 2017
A Bombay-based theatre-holic's annual dip in the Fountain of Youth with Thespo 18
Quasar Thakore Padamsee
Jan 09, 2017
A lot of people-- in moralistic India-- feel a disconnect between their social and sexual selves; most sexual things are taboo...
Jan 02, 2017
Slovenian beauty Melania Trump is, as far as contemporary conventions go, the best looking first-lady that the US has ever had
Dec 26, 2016
What did it mean to be in Syria before 2013; before mercenaries and Islamists surrounded the city and the drum roll of war began...
Dr Waiel S.H. Awwad
Dec 19, 2016
Now that the builder of the Trump Tower is on his way to Washington, the architecture of New York City will have some reason to celebrate.
Dec 12, 2016
I felt as if I had just come out of a museum of experiments, incidents and accidents. Where have I been?
Dec 05, 2016
New York Diary
The dread is general, abroad in the city; I can see it in the thousand-yard stares of people roaming the streets: the Pussy Grabber has won. And Leonard Cohen is dead.
Nov 28, 2016
It’s an elaborate ritual of politeness, this bowing, and meant to convey much more than people from other countries can imagine.
Nov 21, 2016
The market square is full of people fitting the “all is well” mould. But I see the emptiness that needs filling...
Nov 14, 2016
YouTube inverted the entire logic of scarcity and desire that drove us on hot, lonely afternoons to tiny cassette shops
Nov 07, 2016
It is difficult to ignore the milling crowd outside Dishoom, the hot and happening Indian restaurant at the snazzy Covent Garden.
Oct 31, 2016
New Delhi Diary
For the great political pundits of Indian journalism, being media advisor to Rahul Gandhi and being an RSS nominee is one and the same thing.
Oct 24, 2016
I found it objectionable to accept my degree from a person who had suspended us from university under pressure from the HRD ministry
Oct 17, 2016
St. Tropez Diary
St Tropez is ‘A-lister’ destination, home to rich celebs, industrialists and financiers with properties and megayachts spread along its bay
Oct 10, 2016
'Bhansali 'No Less Guilty' Than Those Threatening Actors'
Gurugram District Court Grants Bail To Accused Bus Conductor
Seven-Year-Old Dies Of Dengue, Gurgaon Fortis Bills Parents 18 Lakh, Charges For 2700 Gloves And 660 Syringes
Wonderful, Precise And Very Cool: How Do Our Money Up-Chucking Machines Work?
"I'm Only Passing Through" 10 Leonard Cohen Songs That You Must Listen To
Blackout For NDTV Stirs The Media
Daily Curator: The Dominion Of Misunderstood Men Over Headlines
Daily Curator: Of Holes Being Poked Into The Bhopal Encounter And The Origins Of Chyawanprash
Watch: Viral Video Has Man Lighting Up A Line Of Crackers Attached To His Mouth
Rahul Sat In Temple Like Performing Namaz, Priest Had To Tell Him This Is Not Mosque: Yogi Adityanath
Battle of Casteism, Dynasty Against Development, Says BJP President Amit Shah
In Gujarat, BJP Received Donations 4 Times More Than That Of All The Five National Parties Combined
India's Dalveer Bhandari Re-Elected To ICJ
Porn Is In The Eye Of The Beholder
Noida To Islamabad
‘Things Will Change So Fast, It’ll Be Beyond Your Imagination’
A Sunny Electric Dream
State Of Many States
A Stunted Growth Story
Torture As Evidence
The Munsif’s Mother Tongue
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